Transfection, the process of introducing foreign genetic material into a cell using non-viral methods, has been at the forefront of these advances. In order to deliver its payload, intact, to a place where the cell can transcribe and/or translate the foreign genetic material, transfection utilizes an array of different nonviral approaches to bring nucleic acids into contact with cellular machinery.
- The applicative versatility of transfection
- Selecting a transfection method
- How to choose transfection reagents
- Optimizing transfection and boosting efficiency